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“I think about the things I have missed out on with him. The children went out after the dog, and only Donna and Kissie came back. When I think of him, he’s the wee boy I last saw before work that day. “If we could get to the end of the book and finish the story, then fine. And there weren’t many houses even built around there at that time.The case shocked the country and baffled the police. “I don’t know whether he will come back but I will always live in hope. “We’ve had lots of people come forward with information in the past, but unfortunately it didn’t lead to anything. It’s just that I know exactly what those parents are going through.His dad and mum Margaret, who lived yards away, had dropped him off on their way to work.
“It was as if a spaceship came down, took him up and took him away,” Phil said. “I don’t have many photos of him around the house but I don’t need them anyway.“I can see him right in front of me.” Sandy was a month away from his fourth birthday when he disappeared from his granny’s garden in Irvine, Ayrshire, on April 23, 1976.Despite a huge search operation at the time, and a series of appeals for information in the decades that followed, Sandy’s fate remains a total mystery. “If they found Sandy and he was dead, which obviously I hope is not the case, at least we could bury him and know where he was. “If anybody thinks they know anything new, then we hope they get in touch.” Phil and the family know time is their enemy. “She always says to me, ‘If I was missing I’d like to think he’d be looking for me.’ I can understand that.” Phil eventually moved away from the Bourtreehill area of Irvine, where Sandy disappeared. His marriage to Margaret broke down under the strain of the case. “On April 23 every year, I go away and don’t talk to anyone. I usually go to Millport or somewhere for a long walk, just to get away. “Even now, my friends might mention Sandy to me – these are guys who helped me look for him back then – and I just put my hand up. “It’s still too hard.” Philip eventually moved away from the Bourtreehill area of the town, and now lives in Saltcoats.The police, who have never given up, asked the public again yesterday if anyone can help find him. We just couldn’t let it go.” Over the years, various appeals have been made and numerous bits of information have been passed to police. If Sandy was to walk through that door I’d be the happiest man in the world. He said: “A lot of the people who were around then might not be with us any more, so we feel time is running out to some extent.” But they refuse to give up hope. He remarried, but April 23 is a day he prefers to spend alone . “If I see something on TV about weans going missing, I can’t watch it. SANDY DAVIDSON'S dad has not seen his little boy’s baby blue eyes and curly blond hair for 40 years.
But Phil Davidson says his son is still with him every day.